November RAK

Posted November 5, 2011 by Lisa Mandina in / 1 Comment

Well, I signed up to do RAK last month, and got 3 different books! It was awesome! I’m sure a lot of that was because it was my birthday month. However, I’m a little ticked at myself because I can’t find the emails to remember the people that sent me the books. And I know I saved them just to have for this blog post! Well, I did send a book, a Nook e-book to one of the people that sent me a book. So you’d think I’d still have their information somewhere, but no, again, something happened and I can’t find it. I wonder if when I was trying to save my school emails as they were changing our system at the district where I teach, if somehow they got mixed up in those emails and I’ll have to search through that mess. Hopefully at some point I can find them, and come back and edit this post to give thanks publicly to those people who made it a great birthday month.

I received Hunger by Jackie Morse Kessler, which I’ve already read and reviewed. The Near Witch by Victoria Schwab, which is on the list to probably read later this month. And finally, The Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare, which I do still have the email from Erika at who sent this to me. I still have hers because the book came with a Karma seed for me to pass on. Which is part of why I am doing RAK this month. I need to pass this along. You can read about the Karma seed program here:

Here is my wishlist from

And my top 5 that I’m hoping for this month are:

Dark Eden by Patrick Carman

Crossed by Ally Condie

Darker Still by Leanna Renee Hieber

The Future of Us by Jay Asher and Carolyn Mackler

The Death Cure by James Dashner.

If you’re interested in participating this month, here are the links you need:

To see who else is participating so you can choose who to send a gift to, go here:

Hope you’ll join in as this is a great thing to be a part of.
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